First off, we would like to apologise for the delay in releasing this blog. The team has been incredibly busy tweaking and refining some core features – it’s most certainly all hands on deck.

It’s been a fruitful few weeks for everyone working behind the scenes here in Singapore. As we’ve mentioned on our social channels, we’ve made some great progress, which you can find out more about below.


A key feature of Dimensions Network will be its ability to attract institutional investors. We have continued to finalise and test multi-user accounts – with progress meaning that teams can now trade together with the following access levels:

  • None
  • Read only
  • Trade
  • Withdraw
  • All

To help illustrate to our community exactly how this will work, we’ve created a summary of the user and organisational structure below. Users have two options: personal accounts, and separate organisational accounts which are shared among a team.

Example Account Structure

This structure brings versatility that means users can have as many personal accounts as they wish, and can participate in and/or own as many organisations as required.

Work has also taken place to integrate these developments into our platform visually. The following screenshot shows the current mock-up of the multi-user account configuration page. More work is taking place right now to finalise the layout and ensure that the user experience is as clear and concise as possible.

Example Accounts Screen


Work has continued on the integration of the Deposits and Withdrawals module into our Alpha platform. Take a look below and you can see a screenshot from the current platform – work is also continuing on the user interface and incremental updates are being made.

Example Deposit Screen

GraphQL vs Hardcoded REST

GraphQL is proving to be a challenge to implement, and because of this we have pushed ahead on finalising our existing hardcoded REST APIs. To improve future compatibility with our GraphQL infrastructure, we are building the APIs using a graph-like data structure.

GraphQL will be fully implemented after we launch the first iteration of the complete platform.

Thanks for being a part of our community!